Benefits of Fully Adhered EPDM Rubber Roofing

EPDM rubber roofing in Bristol can be installed mechanically, ballasted or fully adhered. For fully adhered roof, low rise foam, adhesives or hot asphalt is used to hold the roofing membrane in place. Some of the benefits of a fully adhered rubber roof include;

* High wind ratingEPDM rubber roofing in Bristol is good for places with a lot of wind or for tall buildings. Since the roof is bonded to the insulations, the roof can withstand any amount of wind without being blown away.

* Flexible and light in weight – If you have contoured roof or if your roof can only handle a limited amount of weight or if the roof has an irregular shape, consider installing EPDM rubber roofing. The roof can be used for any size of building with various geometric configuration even complex high roof and high-slope applications projects.

* Longevity – Fully adhered rubber roof has been in use since the 1960’s. It has therefore been tested, tried and perfected over time. Its performance and value have improved overtime and many more people consider it the best roofing option through experience.

* Beautiful – The roof has a uniform appearance from all directions which makes it look attractive from a distance. When ballast and fasteners are used, they make the roof to have an irregular appearance which can be unsightly for a commercial roof. The adhesive used in fully adhered rubber roofing is fixed beneath the roof’s membrane so it is hidden and the appearance of the roof is not affected.

If you want your roof to last longer, ensure areas along the curbs, appliances, perimeter, and walls remain strong and intact. Make sure you use wall interferences and seal-up decks to cut down on air infiltration to the roof system. Contact AquaGard Roofing Solutions for professional roof services.

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